If you’re a tech geek, motor racing events are like being a kid in a candy store. As camera and audio technology has increased over the years, broadcast partners have been working with racing leagues, tracks, and drivers to give those of us at home access to visuals only a fly on the wall might have.
And if there’s one event where you go zero to 200 mph faster than any other, it’s arguably the Daytona 500. In no other sport is the premiere event the first of the season. NASCAR has figured out that you might as well kick things off in high gear.
To that, FOX Sports is pulling out all the stops for this year’s big race, engaging a myriad of technology to give you views and insights